For example, "no problem" may sound a little informal to you when thanking someone for delivering you a cup of coffee. However, in Australia and New Zealand, "no problem" would be commonplace, and may also be shortened to "no worries", "cheers", or even just a smile or nod in return. A full "you're welcome" can almost sound a bit forced and inauthentic.
I can navigate in the internet without issue, download, play games, watch movies, etc. no problem at all, I try to stream, and in a couple minutes the internet disconnects and will not reconnect until I restart. 2b1af7f3a8